Posted 08 August 2014 - 04:00 AM
No it doesn't. It helps improve the tone and clarity of your skin but probably won't do much for scars. That said, there was a recent study out of India that claimed that retin-a used in conjunction with dermarolling / stamping may improve scars. They theorize that retin-a encourages normal collagen production versus the scarring type of collagen.
Are you saying apply the Retin-A and then roll or apply it after rolling. I used to apply copper peptides - roll - then reapply the peptides. It didn't work, but it made sense to me. My theory was that I was rolling the peptides deeper into the skin.
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